SCS News & Press Releases

July 2022

Aaditya Ramdas stands to the right of a black chalkboard covered in scientific formulas.

Ramdas Receives Google Research Scholar Award

By Kayla Papakie - Tuesday, July 5, 2022

June 2022

Ultrasound images in black and white top a grid of blocks that show how the W-Net convolutional neural network makes the images clearer with red, light yellow and blue highlighting specific areas in the ultrasound.

W-Net Uses AI To Better Understand Ultrasound Imagery

Convolutional Neural Network Aims To Assist Doctors With Diagnoses

By Megan Harris - Thursday, June 30, 2022
A laptop on the left side of the image emits orange flames from its screen.

CMU Study Finds Toxicity in the Open-Source Community Varies From Other Internet Forums

Identifying Toxic Content Can Be a First Step To Addressing It

By Aaron Aupperlee - Tuesday, June 28, 2022
Received from Argo to use with this story.

CMU Researchers, Argo AI Predict Future With Lidar Data

By Carl Franzen | Argo AI - Friday, June 24, 2022
Two men separated by equipment on a tripod pose with guitars resting on their shoulders.

Optical Microphone Developed by CMU Researchers Sees Sound Like Never Before

Dual-Shutter Vibration-Sensing System Uses Ordinary Cameras To Achieve Extraordinary Results

By Aaron Aupperlee - Tuesday, June 21, 2022
This collage of photos shows an image of a farm with the word agriculature on it, a photo of a young Black woman hugging an older black woman with the words Elder Care on it, a photo of a cell phone with the word Ethics on it, and a head of butter lettuce with the word Hunger on it.

The Global Reach of CMU AI

SCS To Lead Four National Science Foundation AI Institutes

By Chris Quirk - Thursday, June 16, 2022
A cluster of six tweets praising various open-source products is collaged against a red background.

Tweeting a Help Wanted Sign

CMU Research Shows Twitter Drives Popularity, Contributors to Open-Source Software

By Aaron Aupperlee - Tuesday, June 14, 2022
A robotic arm at the top of the screen is draped in a plastic bag and pours water from a beaker it's holding into a clear glass on a table.

Pour Me a Glass

CMU Researchers Use AI To Teach Robots To See Water

By Stacey Federoff - Thursday, June 9, 2022
A map of the Downtown Pittsburgh area is marked with different colored circles to represent different livehoods. These clusters of circles are brown, gray, purple, red, yellow and blue.

CMU's Livehoods Project Honored for Contributions to Understanding Cities

Novel Research Exploring Location Data Receives Test of Time Award

By Aaron Aupperlee - Tuesday, June 7, 2022

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